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Posted on Bubbles NIGHTMARE! HELP!

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#1 posted 12-13-2018 05:54 PM

Next time you wipe it off, use a cloth dampened with mineral spirits, not water.
It takes a lot of time for the moisture to go away.
IDK what your timing was but that could have helped it trap moisture.

Last pic looks like you may have sanded into the stain,
try wiping some poly on a small spot and see if the color comes back,
if not you may try re-wiping a stain coat over it and see what it does, or you’re going to have to resand it all.

Stay off of it with the 50 and 80 grit paper. 100 should be rough enough to take down anything you need to.
(looks like you took a framing hammer to it?)


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